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My man...Nate Wolters

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My man...Nate Wolters

Wolters hasn't really been putting up gaudy numbers but every game I've checked up on, he's had a good number of assists and few turnovers with solid shooting numbers. Tonight he had 20 points, 5 rebounds, and 3 assists against the Spurs on 8-13 shooting. He was one of my favorite prospects all season and I'm glad to see him do well so far. I think he'll be in the league for a long time


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I wish the Sixers would have

I wish the Sixers would have kept him. He is a lot more NBA ready than MCW in my opinion. MCW has a ton more potential than he does but he could have been a great first guard off the bench for the young Sixers.

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I felt Wolters & McCallum

I felt Wolters & McCallum should've been 1st rounders...2 big time steals....

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Jack Cooley is another player

Jack Cooley is another player that has played well in Summer League...He has scored,rebounded well and has displayed much better footwork then he showed in college..He's going to be a solid guy to have coming off the bench......I wouldnt be surprised if some team signs him to a contract next week....

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I was really not that high on

I was really not that high on Ray Mac,and honestly, I still wonder how effective he'll be in real NBA games, but I was surprised Cooley went undrafted. He did work in a very strong Big East, and while he was never flashy, he was always effective. I think he and Kris Humphries will have very similar careers, except Cooley will not be vilified every time he touches the ball...

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I love Wolters game. His ball

I love Wolters game. His ball handling is excellent and that already gives him a distinct advantage. He's got a well rounded offensive game, and changes speeds very well. Can also work into a superior post up point guard with his footwork and size. Seems like a poor mans Chauncey Billups, and I mean that in the nicest way possible.

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